This week we'd like to thank everyone who joined us at our dial-in check-in on Monday. Our diverse alumni community means the world to us and we are so thankful for all your love and support.
As we learned from all of you, Bruins everywhere have continued to thrive — from
running for office to navigating business in a physically distant world. This week's offerings include opportunities to learn from and support Bruins who have continued to thrive and uplift each other throughout the ongoing pandemic.
Join Asian Pacific Alumni of UCLA for an informative panel co-sponsored by Bruin Professionals.
Navigating COVID: Tips for Businesses and Individuals will provide insights from across a variety of industries that have learned to pivot and innovate their business models to continue reaching their customer base, solidify their supply chains and even thrive.
Election Day may have passed, but you can still watch
Kristina Wong for Public Office. The 75-minute comedic performance staring Kristina Wong '00 tells the story of what it means to run for local office, the history of voting and the impact artists can have on democracy.
Join the Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law today at 4 p.m. for a post-election discussion on the election of LGBTQ lawmakers, the political influence of LGBTQ voters and the implications for LGBT law and policy in the coming years with newly elected leaders, including Sarah McBride, the first transgender state senator in the country.
Join the UCLA Institute of American Cultures for its annual Fall Forum; listen to scholars with each of UCLA's four ethnic studies centers and hear about their research and goals.
Congratulations to the UCLA Pilipino Alumni Association for leading a successful get-out-the-vote campaign with their #YouVoteWeDance movement. Re-watch the videos from the campaign on
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Winter quarter enrollment begins Nov. 2.
In response to current challenges, a broad selection of virtual professional development and personal enrichment seminars are being offered at no cost. Search the list and take your future further with these educational resources and tools.